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New FASB cryptocurrency rules will impact crypto companies by 2025

Regulation: New FASB cryptocurrency rules will impact crypto companies by 2025

According to Bloomberg, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has released innovative accounting rules for cryptocurrency companies, requiring them to register assets in #Bitcoin and #Ethereum at fair value.

The new cryptographic rules from FASB revolutionize cryptocurrency accounting. This measurement method aims to reflect the value of these digital assets in real-time, providing a more accurate representation of their worth.

The new FASB cryptocurrency rules mark a departure from the existing practice that allows companies to record only the minimums, putting companies investing in cryptocurrencies at a disadvantage.

Under the new FASB cryptocurrency rules, companies such as #MicroStrategy and #Tesla, known for their significant cryptocurrency holdings, will now be able to record both the maximums and minimums of their investments.

The previous one-sided approach to accounting, which led to a decrease in asset value and, consequently, profit, will no longer be applied. Changes in fair value will directly impact net income, providing a more dynamic reflection of cryptocurrency market volatility.

These innovative rules apply to both public and private companies, with financial years beginning after December 15, 2024, and for calendar year-end companies, before 2025 and will be used for reporting by companies in the USA. Companies are also given the option to adopt the new #FASB cryptocurrency rules before the deadline.

Until now, there were no specific accounting rules in the #United States regarding the recognition and measurement of #digital currencies. The crypto industry has long called for the introduction of such rules, and FASB resisted until this groundbreaking announcement.

In the absence of rules, companies have violated the practical guidance of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, which considers cryptocurrencies as intangible assets.

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